The UK is inching ever closer to the Thursday, December 12 general election (650 members) - where we hope we can get a UK Parliament elected that can finally deliver on the Brexit issue. Brexit was hot on the agenda as Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson locked horns with Labour
Are you sick of Brexit yet? Thresa May couldn't do it. Can Boris Johnson do it? Well, right now it sure doesn't look like. Brexit seems as elusive as ever, mired in quicksand. News Forecasters ask where do we stand with Brexit and where do we go from here?
Prime Minister Boris Johnson (BoJo) raised the prospect of a snap election after he suffered a major parliamentary defeat over his Brexit strategy that could delay Britain's exit from the European Union (EU). Just six weeks after taking office, the Conservative leader was hit by a huge rebellion among his
A tipping point has been reached. UK citizens are so sick of Brexit delays, they just want Prime Minister Boris Johnson to get it over with. The ComRes survey for The Telegraph found that 54% of British adults think Parliament should be prorogued to prevent MPs from stopping a no-deal
The newly elected U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson puts up a Brexit countdown clock in his office in 10 Downing Street, symbolizing that he is ready for a big showdown with the Europeans on a more favorable Brexit deal. The question for Britain is, will the Europeans give the U.K.